Rick Kuhn

Actor, Rick Kuhn came onto Artists on Art, January 15, 2014 to talk about 8 Tens @ Eight 19th Annual Play Festival at Center Stage Actor’s Theater. The festival runs Jan 3, 2014 through Jan 26, 2014 and is sold out.

But, there are still tickets for the Best of the Rest which begins Jan 30 and runs through Feb 2, 2014. Don’t miss out on the last weekend of the Play Festival for 2014.

Kim Luke

On January 8, 2014, musician, writer, and performer, Kim Luke came into KZSC to talk about her art and particularly the art of making lists. It was great having her be the first guest of 2014.

Currently, Kim is the voice of the Santa Cruz Warriors. She recently retired from announcing for the Santa Cruz Derby Girls having been with them from the very beginning. Kim’s began her musical career by performing with the Holy Sisters of the Gaga Dada. Kim’s current band is the Henry’s.

To hear our interview, please press the play button below.

Artist on Art Show for January 15, 2014

Actor, Rick Kuhn came on the radio to talk about the current theatrical event 8 Tens at 8 at the Center Stage Theater in which he is participating.

During the second half of the show, Beth Stephens came on talk about her work, recent fellowship award, the Rydell Fellowship and the Spirit Award from the Santa Cruz Film Festival.

The podcasts are below.

Collene Kollewe, Erin Price, Nahshon Marden, Bare Outlines Company

Screen Shot 2014-01-15 at 8.43.41 AMDancers and Choreographers Collene Kollewe, Erin Price and Nahshon Marden of the dance company, Bare Outlines came onto KZSC’s Artists on Art to talk about their upcoming dance event, the Faraway NearBy at Motion Pacific’s program, the Incubator Project.

Along with Collene, Erin and Nahshon, the Bare Outlines Dance Company also includes Callie Daniel, Molly Katzman, Sierrah Dietz and Chelsea Zamora. Faraway NearBy also features guest choreographers Molly Katzman & Sierrah Dietz and takes place January 17th, 18th and 19th 8:00pm at Motion Pacific in Santa Cruz.

The show discusses the affectionate distances at which people desire things. It expresses the flowing and distant feelings which come from wanting something but not quite obtaining it. Exploring the pathways which our desires create and the moments that they mesmerize you.

To hear our interview, please press the play button below.

Newton Harrison at Stanford’s Environmental Humanities Project

Stanford’s Environmental Humanities Project hosts Newton Harrison from nada miljkovic on Vimeo.

Here is a talk given by Newton Harrison of the Harrison Studio for Stanford University‘s Environmental Humanities Project. Newton spoke on November 10, 2011 at Stanford University’s Margaret Jacks Hall, Terrace Room, about his 40 years of Eco-Art. The talk was entitled, Force Majeure: Works from Tibet and the Peninsula of Europe to the Sierra Nevada. He begins the talk with their 1984 piece, Green Heart of Holland.

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